Mark Joslyn
Mark Joslyn
Professor of Political Science, University of Kansas
Verified email at ku.edu - Homepage
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Gun policy, opinion, tragedy, and blame attribution: The conditional influence of issue frames
DP Haider‐Markel, MR Joslyn
Journal of Politics 63 (2), 520-543, 2001
4652001
Beliefs About the Origins of Homosexuality and Support For Gay RightsAn Empirical Test of Attribution Theory
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn
Public opinion quarterly 72 (2), 291-310, 2008
4122008
Beliefs About the Origins of Homosexuality and Support For Gay RightsAn Empirical Test of Attribution Theory
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn
Public opinion quarterly 72 (2), 291-310, 2008
4122008
The extensiveness of group membership and social capital: The impact on political tolerance attitudes
A Cigler, MR Joslyn
Political Research Quarterly 55 (1), 7-25, 2002
1492002
Cognitive dissonance and post‐decision attitude change in six presidential elections
RK Beasley, MR Joslyn
Political psychology 22 (3), 521-540, 2001
1432001
Minority group interests and political representation: Gay elected officials in the policy process
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn, CJ Kniss
The Journal of Politics 62 (2), 568-577, 2000
1132000
Attributions and the regulation of marriage: Considering the parallels between race and homosexuality
DP Haider-Markel, MR Joslyn
PS: Political Science and Politics 38 (2), 233-239, 2005
992005
Framing effects on personal opinion and perception of public opinion: The cases of physician–assisted suicide and Social Security
MR Joslyn, DP Haider–Markel
Social Science Quarterly 83 (3), 690-706, 2002
632002
Framing the Lewinsky Affair: Third‐Person Judgments by Scandal Frame
MR Joslyn
Political Psychology 24 (4), 829-844, 2003
612003
Sociotropic Concerns and Support for Counterterrorism Policies*
MR Joslyn, DP Haider‐Markel
Social Science Quarterly 88 (2), 306-319, 2007
482007
Political persuasion during times of crisis: the effects of education and news media on citizens' factual information about Iraq
MS Johansen, MR Joslyn
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 85 (3), 591-608, 2008
472008
Culture, Segregation, and Tolerance in Urban America*
EB Sharp, MR Joslyn
Social Science Quarterly 89 (3), 573-591, 2008
472008
Attentiveness to television news and opinion change in the fall 1992 presidential campaign
MR Joslyn, S Ceccoli
Political Behavior 18 (2), 141-170, 1996
431996
Group involvement and democratic orientations: Social capital in the postelection context
MR Joslyn, A Cigler
Social Science Quarterly 82 (2), 357-368, 2001
422001
Should we really “kill” the messenger? Framing physician-assisted suicide and the role of messengers
MR Joslyn, DP Haider-Markel
Political Communication 23 (1), 85-103, 2006
412006
Gun Ownership and self‐serving attributions for mass shooting tragedies
MR Joslyn, DP Haider‐Markel
Social Science Quarterly 98 (2), 429-442, 2017
392017
Trickle up political socialization: The impact of kids voting USA on voter turnout in Kansas
A Linimon, MR Joslyn
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 2 (1), 24-36, 2002
392002
The politics of causes: Mass shootings and the cases of the Virginia Tech and Tucson Tragedies
MR Joslyn, DP Haider‐Markel
Social Science Quarterly 94 (2), 410-423, 2013
372013
Emerging Political Identities? Gun Ownership and Voting in Presidential Elections*
MR Joslyn, DP Haider‐Markel, M Baggs, A Bilbo
Social Science Quarterly 98 (2), 382-396, 2017
362017
Guns in the ballot box: Information, groups, and opinion in ballot initiative campaigns
MR Joslyn, DP Haider-Markel
American Politics Quarterly 28 (3), 355-378, 2000
322000
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